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Contract terms and purchaser assent to those terms, conditions, intended use and warning information provided with a purchased product are known fertile ground for defending product claims, write Amy Alderfer and Sara Poster in Cozen O’Connor’s Products Liability Prevention & Defense blog.
The authors point out that consumers often turn to the internet to purchase products, particularly during the holiday season. The paper examines the enforceability of online contracts and corresponding reliance upon virtually provided product documentation.
By following the guidelines in the article, the authors write, “manufacturers and sellers can place themselves in a stronger position to successfully enforce the terms and conditions on their websites in court, and hold consumers accountable for having received, reviewed and accepted the warnings and product related information so diligently provided.”
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